studied at the Media Arts Center in London and at the School of
Visual Arts in New York. His recent paintings continue his engagement
with language and history. The relationship of hieroglyphs and
ancient sculpture in his recent series, "The Soul of Civilization,"
contrasts with the earlier calligraphic series, "Modern Mystics,"
which involved the Islamic tradition of poetry as visual expression.
multi-media artist from Pittsburgh, recently won an international
competition sponsored by the Center for Jewish History for which
she created a 22' high by 20' wide mosaic tablet. Entitled Luminous
Manuscript, this monumental sculpture contains 170,000 alphabet
letters and numbers that she collected from hundreds of individuals
from the Center's community.
Annelies Davidson graduated
from the London School of Eurythmy and has performed with the
London Eurythmy Group throughout Europe and the United States.
From 1986 to 2002 she taught at and performed with Eurythmy Spring
Valley (School and Ensembles) in New York state. Since then she
has been active as a free lance focusing on eurythmy in relation
to the spoken word.
is Chair of and Senior Professor of Visual Studies at Columbia
University. He has had over eighty solo exhibits and his work
is found in many collections including the Metropolitan Museum
of Art and the Museum of Modern Art. He expanded the tradition
of Jewish art when he painted a 8,000-square-foot mural inside
the Orthodox B'nai Yosef synagogue in Brooklyn.
The paintings of Jill Musnicki
will be on display. A resident of Sag Harbor, New York, she studied
at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Her work is exhibited
in museums and galleries in this country and abroad.